Continuous methanol production from methane on Cu-SSZ-39 and Cu-mordenite

Memioğlu, Özgün
İpek Torun, Bahar


Continuous Methanol Production from Methane Using N2O as Oxidant
İpek Torun, Bahar (null; 2018-09-12)
Increased production of shale gas motivated using methane as a chemical feedstock. For this reason, an economical process that converts methane into an easily transported and valuable chemical is needed. Direct and selective, on-site, production of methanol is desirable but challenging due to the inherent stability of methane. Selective methanol formation is proven to be possible on copper exchanged zeolites (Cu-ZSM-5 [1] and Cu-mordenite [2,3]) following a 3-step cyclic process: (i) oxidation of the Cu-zeo...
Continuous hydrogen production by Rhodobacter sphaeroides O.U.001
Eroğlu, İnci; Aslan, K; Gunduz, M; Yucel, M; Turker, L (1997-06-26)
This paper describes hydrogen gas production by Rhodobacter sphaeroides O.U.001 using a column photobioreactor in batch and continuous operation. The effect of substrates on the hydrogen production rate was investigated in batch-type photobioreactor experiments. Substrate concentrations (L-malic acid and sodium glutamate) were measured by using high-pressure liquid chromatography. The gas produced was analyzed by gas chromatography.
Continuous supercritical carbon dioxide processing of palm oil
Ooi, CK; Bhaskar, A; Yener, Meryem Esra; Tuan, DQ; Hsu, J; Rizvi, SSH (1996-02-01)
Crude palm oil was processed by continuous supercritical carbon dioxide. The process reduces the contents of free fatty acids, monoglycerides and diglycerides, certain triglycerides, and some carotenes. The refined palm oil from the process has less than 0.1% free fatty acids, higher carotene content, and low diglycerides. Solubility of palm oil in supercritical carbon dioxide increased with pressure. A co-solvent improves the refining process of palm oil.
Continuous cultivation of bakers' yeast: Change in cell composition at different dilution rates and effect of heat stress on trehalose level
Ertugay, N; Hamamcı, Haluk (1997-01-01)
The cell composition of bakers' yeast in a continuous culture was determined for different dilution rates. Also, the cellular response to heat stress in terms of trehalose, RNA, glycogen and protein was determined at a specified dilution rate of 0.1/h. The amount of storage saccharides, trehalose and glycogen, was found to decrease whereas the amount of RNA and protein increased with increasing dilution rates. As the dilution rate was increased from 0.1 to 0.4/h at 0.05 intervals the steady-state trehalose ...
Prolonged reuse of domestic wastewater after membrane bioreactor treatment
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In this study, experience in a nine-year operation of a full-scale 2000 PE vacuum rotating membrane bioreactor having a submerged flat-type membrane module having pore size of 0.038 mu m and a total surface area of 540 m(2) is discussed. The plant was designed to treat and reuse raw wastewater collected from dormitories and the academic village at METU campus. Throughout the study, 99.99% BOD5 and above 95% COD removals were achieved most of the time. Moreover, turbidity was consistently measured below 1 NT...
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Ö. Memioğlu and B. İpek Torun, “Continuous methanol production from methane on Cu-SSZ-39 and Cu-mordenite,” 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: